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Federal Election Commission
First off, it does not deal with voting.
What it does is track campaign spending for all elections.
And as chief information officer, Palmer plays a big role in getting huge amounts of data to the public.
The FEC plans to upgrade several public facing and back-end systems to handle the data.
Palmer says this includes a new data warehousing system, an upgraded campaign finance map and a new external FEC Web site.
Palmer says security and privacy also are major focus areas to ensure the data is secure.